As a child, textbooks drafted a landscape in my mind;
A meadow where crystal-like clear water streams through lush green grass; where there are mountains, and sheep, and shepherd, but no tourists; where wind is quiet and peaceful; where sky is clear; where there are reflections; and where nothing drastic like steep mountains or big lakes exist.
Travelling along 10 miles long Noori-Naar, I was sure that the author tried to portray this place, in his text. It's a place, where I would love to wander all day long.
Noori-Naar connects the valleys of Kaghan and Neelum, in Northern Pakistan. Noori-Pass (White Snowed Mountain above) is the junction.